Lakes & Rivers
Beautiful, short creek meanders though farm land and forests as it heads to the
pacific ocean on the east coast of Vancouver Island.
It flows into Georgia Straight just south
of the Oyster River and is well known for its Coho Salmon run in the fall, fly
fishing at the mouth in September and October will produce the best fishing.
Back in the Eighties, the creek was stocked
regularly with Cutthroat Trout and now there is an abundance of them here. There
are some good size Rainbow Trout that live in the creek and they can be
fun to fight on a fly rod. A winter run of steelhead come to the creek but
fishing is closed from December to May.
There are some pretty nice views here as
this is a very pretty creek and plenty of Flowers, wildlife and birds to see so bring your camera
when you visit.